The Great Southern Rail Trail in South Gippsland is set to be extended after receiving a $500,000 grant from the Victorian Government.
Decathlon has recalled its Baby Seat 100 B-CLIP Bicycle Baby Carrier.
The construction project adjacent to the Walmer Street Bridge in Abbotsford will make temporary alterations to bike and pedestrian movement.
A $904 million bike riding stimulus package would use pedal power to safeguard our health, create jobs and improve the spending power of Australians.
A product recall has been issued for Corsa and Giro models of Avanti bikes due to a potential defect in the frame seat clamp bolts.
To help celebrate National Volunteer Week 2020, we thought we'd help you get to know some of our volunteers with a bit of Q&A.
Work is underway on the feasibility planning for the proposed new bike route from Box Hill through to Hawthorn.
Have you or your children ever thought about riding a bike to school? Now is the perfect time to give it a go as we come out of coronavirus restrictions.
Italians who buy a new bicycle can get up to 500 euros from government as part of a 55-billion-euro stimulus package for Italy's virus-stricken economy.
The Tasmanian Government has released a draft master plan for a major new residential development in Huntingfield in the state’s south and is calling for public feedback, including on active transport connections, before 26 June.
The City of Melbourne will this month take the first tentative steps to rid its footpaths of the scourge of parked motorcycles.
The removal of the Muir Street overpass across the Westgate Freeway this weekend will necessitate a change in the current detour for the Federation Trail.
Riders should be alert to construction activities along the trail starting next week and continuing until late September.
Without the incessant thrum of motors, wheels and exhausts, our world is revealing a soundscape that has been hidden from us since the advent of motordom.
Major changes are being made to the Flinders Street/Swanston Street intersection, however the busy Swanston Street bike lanes will operate as usual.
The move of a couple of stately palm trees will close a section of the Yarra Trail near the rowing sheds next week.
A new study has confirmed the distractive power of touch screens, but has also shown that voice activated controls result in far less distraction.
Bicycle Network is backing a proposal to add an extra bike lane to the Sydney Harbour Bridge to create more space for people who ride as lockdowns ease.
City of Subiaco staff member and avid mountain bike rider Jamie Burton will ride a two kilometre loop in his local neighbourhood this Saturday... 250 times.
More undercover bike hoops in Hobart, a petition to close Pinnacle Rd regularly, new NW MTB track works begin, and bike stolen in Tassie found in Melbourne are some of the stories in this edition's Bike News Bites.
With the boom in bike riding during our gorgeous crisp autumn days, there’s a danger that the first hint of a frosty morning will turn people away from their newfound passion for bikes, but with the right gear and knowledge winter riding's a breeze.
The Victorian government has announced a $2.7 billion building fund to start stirring the state's economy, but missing in the mix is money for bike lanes.
More than 10 kilometres of pop-up bike lanes will be installed in the City of Sydney in the coming weeks as part of the NSW state government's plan to ease coronavirus restrictions.
Here's the story of Bicycle Network volunteers Keith and Ray who have notched up 30 years in the blue polo shirt.
Every year during National Volunteer Week, Bicycle Network inducts volunteers to our honour board and awards new life memberships. Here are 2020's recipients.
To kick off our National Volunteer Week celebrations we thought thought we'd go back to the start and look at Bicycle Network's history of volunteering.
Adelaide Hills riders can get excited about two new bike trails endorsed by Mount Barker District Council earlier this month.
You can contact Moreland councillors to show support for a plan to repurpose road space for riding and walking during COVID-19 restrictions.
There has been an easing of COVID-19 restrictions in some parts of Australia – but we have to hold off from going back to the big bunch.
Now's the time to build more places to ride to help people turn bike riding into a lifelong habit, writes Bicycle Network CEO Craig Richards.
Bike riders made up nearly half of all users on Hobart's recreational paths in a count done on 25 April to document the boom in riding during COVID-19 restrictions.
City of Melbourne will be the first place in Australia to install pop-up bike lanes as a response to the increased number of bike riders during COVID-19.
We've got some information about this year's United Energy Around the Bay and Great Vic Bike Ride.
Work is now underway on the next stage of the M80 Ring Road upgrade, and there will be impacts on the M80 Trail as works proceed over the next three years.
Tres bien – the French government is offering citizens $85 for bike servicing and repair. It's just one of many things being done to keep people riding.
The construction of a new bike and pedestrian bridge on the Federation Trail over Leakes Road in Truganina will require a one day detour of the Trail.
The latest count of people riding during COVID-19 has confirmed what we've all been thinking – they're bursting at the seams and we need more space to ride.
With public consultation complete, a business case will now be developed for the Kangaroo Point bike bridge, with state government committing $1.6m to the plan.
Works on the M4 Smart Motorway where it intersects with the M7 at Eastern Creek will cause changes to the M7 riding and walking trail from this weekend.
We chatted to four different people who've redefined their relationship with riding bikes since the COVID-19 lockdown. How have you redefined your relationship with riding?
Australian e-bikes riders will have to cough up an estimated $2M a year extra due to a troublesome tariff on electric assisted bikes.
There's lots to learn from a 1973 study that Steve Jobs liked to quote, which placed humans on bikes the most efficient form of locomotion on the planet.
The concrete security blocks at certain locations on Southbank Promenade will be removed starting next week as the City of Melbourne proceeds with replacements.
The City of Melbourne starts work next Wednesday in the first of a series of security bollard installations in the Southern Cross Station precinct.
The Macquarie Point path will close for a couple of months as the Tasman Bridge paths re-open, Invermay road works close Forster St bike lanes, bushfire relief gloves on sale and Hobart pauses its Central Precincts Plan consultation.
The water main project along Canning Street, North Carlton, moves across to the Capital City Trail next week, requiring a short detour for bikes.
Work will start in the next month or so on landscape improvements in Royal Park that will improve the park environment, and also the experience for riders.
We've re-ranked the world's most liveable cities based on their responses to coronavirus. Melbourne and Sydney have dropped out of the top five.
Bikes along the Yarra Trail near Princes Bridge will be impacted by a new worksite for Melbourne Metro Tunnel on the lawn next to the rowing sheds.
Bendigo’s first separated on-road bike lane is now open for people who ride bikes.
Pop-up bike lanes are on the drawing board in NSW with the state government looking to accommodate the increased interest in riding during COVID-19.
People who ride on Clyde Road near Berwick station will encounter a small detour next week as preliminary work for removal of the level crossing is done.
We will try to keep this page updated with which Tasmanian bike shops/mechanics are operating and if there are any alterations to hours.